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9 Quick Tips, Plus Your Website – Monday Morning Manufactured Home Sales Meeting

January 15th, 2018 Comments off

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We’ll start with the website insights, and then move onto the 9-quick manufactured home marketing, training, educational, inspirational, and sales tips.

 

Over-simplifying, there are in manufactured housing today, 4 kinds of websites:

  • Non-existent. As hard as it may be to believe some 2 decades after the websites came into being, there are still some manufactured home companies – notably among communities – that have no website presence. They may be on someone else’s site, but have no website of their own. If you have vacancies, or are selling wholesale or to the public, doesn’t it make sense to fix that oversight?
  • Outdated. Websites can get dated within 3 to 5 years. It isn’t just a matter of adding new content, that’s obviously needed. Research shows that you only have 5 to 10 seconds to win the interest of a website visitor. After that, many are gone. An outdated website lowers your odds of having a visitor beyond those 5 to 10 seconds.
  • Modern, Cool, but Missing Something. Hundreds of websites that we see fall into the category.  This type of website will land that first-time visitor.  But they may not attract back the repeat visitor, which is critical if you are trying to sell a big ticket item, like a new or not-cheap pre-owned manufactured home.
  • Engaging, Appealing, and Informative Websites. These do what bullet 3 does, but have certain features that attract back those better qualified buyers.  If you see us in Louisville, stop and ask for details, or call us the week following the show for a complimentary website review.

Now, the 9 Tips 

It’s a federal holiday, right? So if you’re checking these out,

  • your either one of those operations that are open, or
  • you are a go-getter.  Either way…

The tips are found in the 9 different articles linked below.  If you’re new to the Monday Morning Sales Meeting, or just realize that you need a refresher on a topic, click a link below and dive in!

Atmosphere, and Super-Charging Results – Monday Morning Sales Meeting

Seriously…

Clayton Homes Praise for Pro-Industry Trade Media – Monday Morning Sales Meeting

Manufactured Housing’s “Duh!” Monday Morning Sales Meeting

Only 2 Choices – Media Engagement, Manufactured Homes, & You – Monday Morning Sales Meeting

Only 2 Choices – Media Engagement, Manufactured Homes, & You – Monday Morning Sales Meeting

Powerful Takeaways from Automotive, RVs for Manufactured Home Professionals, Monday Morning Sales Meeting

Monday Morning Sales Meeting, What Warren Buffett & President Donald Trump Profitably Agree On

Monday Morning Sales Meeting, What Warren Buffett & President Donald Trump Profitably Agree On

 

Monday Morning Sales Meeting – Living the Dream by Serving Others Well

Monday Morning Sales Meeting – Living the Dream by Serving Others Well

 

Manufactured Housing Monday Morning Sales Meeting: Finance & Industry Facts, Figures, Sales Tip$ Improving Best Practice$

Manufactured Housing Monday Morning Sales Meeting: Finance & Industry Facts, Figures, Sales Tip$ Improving Best Practice$

KYPs, and the $64 Billion Dollar Question-Monday Morning Manufactured Housing Sale$ Meeting

KYPs, and the $64 Billion Dollar Question-Monday Morning Manufactured Housing Sale$ Meeting

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Passages: Zig Ziglar

November 29th, 2012 Comments off

American author, salesman, and motivational speaker Hilary Hinton “Zig” Ziglar, who inspired millions, rubbed shoulders with U.S. presidents, and shared multiple stages other luminaries, died Nov. 28 in a Texas hospital of pneumonia at age 86, according to Wikipedia. A salesman for many years following his military service in World War II, he became vice president and training director for the Automotive Performance company in Dallas in 1968, and published the first of many books in 1975, See You at the Top, which had been rejected by 30 publishers. His curiousity about why some succeeded and others did not led to a thriving career as a sought-after motivational speaker, a role he maintained until two years ago. He attributed much of his success to his Christian faith and his wife, Jean. Some may see his words as corny or out-of-date, but according to a remembrance on National Public Radio, many recall a speech that made a huge difference in their lives. A featured writer for MHProNews, while we mourn his loss, fortunately we will continue to publish his wit and words of wisdom. Zig Ziglar: “People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing – that’s why we recommend it daily.”

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Low-Impact Kit Home Easy to Ship and Assemble

February 17th, 2012 1 comment

MHProNews.com has learned through GizMag Bellomo Architects has designed a modular house that arrives in a ten-foot box and is assembled much like IKEA furniture. Bent steel tubes form the base structure of House Arc, which comes with an easy-to-follow graphic manual and requires no special training to assemble. When completed the 3,000 lb low- impact house has 150 square feet, large windows to allow natural light and a trellis on top to filter out heat. The raised structure allows cooling air to flow underneath, and the design is adaptable for solar panels. Architect Joseph Bellomo says it was originally designed as environmentally sensitive and affordable modular housing, and it could be a backyard retreat; but his motivation was also easy to pack and ship to virtually any location following a catastrophic event.

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